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IV Therapy - Vitamin C - Available at Jedburgh Only

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1 Hour.
Jedburgh Only

From £150

Intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy or IV nutrient therapy, is a treatment in which vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients are administered directly into the bloodstream through an intravenous line. This method allows for a higher concentration of nutrients to be delivered to the body compared to oral supplementation, as it bypasses the digestive system.

The specific combination of vitamins and minerals in a vitamin infusion can vary depending on the individual's needs and the goals of the treatment. Common nutrients included in vitamin infusions may include vitamins C, B-complex vitamins (such as B12), minerals like magnesium, calcium, and trace elements like zinc and selenium.

People may seek vitamin infusions for various reasons, including:

  1. Nutrient Deficiency Correction: Individuals with nutrient deficiencies may benefit from IV nutrient therapy, as it can rapidly replenish depleted levels.

  2. Immune Support: High doses of vitamin C, for example, are sometimes used in IV infusions to support the immune system, particularly in cases of acute illness.

  3. Energy and Wellness: Some people believe that vitamin infusions can increase energy levels, improve overall well-being, and boost athletic performance.

  4. Hangover Relief: Some individuals use IV vitamin therapy as a hangover remedy, claiming it can help alleviate symptoms of dehydration and nutrient depletion after excessive alcohol consumption.

  5. Chronic Illness: Certain chronic illnesses or conditions may lead to poor nutrient absorption, making IV nutrient therapy a potential option for delivering necessary nutrients directly into the bloodstream.


It's important to note that while vitamin infusions can be beneficial for specific medical purposes, they are not a replacement for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Additionally, vitamin infusions should be administered under the supervision of a qualified healthcare professional.

Before undergoing any form of vitamin infusion, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare provider to determine if it is appropriate for your specific needs and to ensure that it is done safely and effectively.

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